Non-Blooming Agapanthus Plants – Reasons For Agapanthus Not Flowering

By Mary H. Dyer, Master Naturalist and Master Gardener, Agapanthus plants are hardy and easy to get along with, so you are understandably frustrated when your agapanthus does not bloom. If you have non-blooming agapanthus plants or you’re trying to determine the reasons for an agapanthus not flowering, help is on the way. Why is My Agapanthus Not Blooming? Dealing with non-blooming agapanthus plants can be frustrating. That said, knowing the common reasons for this can help ease your frustration and make for better blooms in the future. Timing – There’s a possibility that you’re simply being impatient. Agapanthus often doesn’t bloom the first year. Growing conditions – If your agapanthus doesn’t bloom, it may be craving sunlight, as agapanthus needs at least six hours per day. The only exception is a very hot climate, where the plant may benefit from shade during the peak of the afternoon. Otherwise,

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